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Between San Antonio and Shreveport, Chatfield operated a trading post in 1839. The name Chatfield came from an old man who pitched his tent and peddled tin ware to the early settlers. Chatfield in the 1850s had a plantation economy and its citizens supported secession prior to the Civil War. Chatfield peaked with a population of 500 in the 1890s. A Baptist church was organized by slaves owned by Robert Hodge, a captain in the Civil War. After emancipation many freed slaves remained in the area and became sharecroppers and landowners. The town reached its peak in the 1890s with a population of 500.

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